View Full Version : Standing in Line, Waiting.....
10-15-2002, 10:36 AM
Hi all. I just got my tickets to the Omaha event. I was wondering, for the people who have had experience at his seminars, if the doors open at 11:00 and admission is general, when do you think I should get in line??? I want decent seats, not balcony that's for sure.
Any suggestions would be helpful.
Check the FAQ about seminars (http://www.johnedwardtalk.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1030) ! :)
Denise, you may be interested in this thread, FAQs about seminars:
I can only tell you that from my experience, the line starts forming about 2 hours prior to the doors opening. It may be different for other venues, and depending on your weather.
Hope this helps!
oopsie! Pam, you beat me by seconds... :lwink:
10-15-2002, 11:16 AM
I'll see you there. Just got my tickets. This is my first seminar. I am going to be impossible to live with for the next 3 weeks.
10-15-2002, 11:54 AM
Thank you for posting the thread for me, Pam and TxJude. It had all the info I was looking for.
And Terry, I'll see you there. I think I will be in line at about 7:00 AM. Just like you, I can't wait. This is going to be so much fun.
10-18-2002, 12:04 PM
If seats are not assigned and you want good seats get there as early as possible
Boston seminar.....Doors opened at 11pm......folks were lined up as early as 7am.
But it doesnt matter where you sit...I have been blessed to attend 5 of JE's events and he always starts a reading in the back left had side.......at all events that I have been to anyway.
I love sitting in the front because of a slight hearing prob I have and I LOVE watching a medium work.
And I've been to 5 seminars where he never started in the same place (front row, back left, back right, all over)
The only time it matters where you sit, is for the first few minutes of the seminar, if you want to see the expression on John's face while he talks before doing readings.
10-18-2002, 01:51 PM
Well, the only reason I really want to sit up front is to see John closely. I am fortunate enough at this point in my life not to "need" a reading, but I would love to see him up close. My eyesight isn't what it used to be, if you know what I mean:lwink:
10-20-2002, 01:44 AM
I have attended seven seminars and have always tried to get there early if there is no assigned seating. When John was in Albany about 6 months ago, we got there at 9 0 clock in the morning and there were people on line from 5 o clock in the morning. John did not begin until about 2 however they opened the doors at 12 o clock noon and we were able to get our seats. Pam is right as far as how he does walk around the room however it is really nice to be close to the front so you can hear everything and see his expressions. Have a great time .
10-20-2002, 11:44 AM
I just had to add my past experiences as far as seating is concerned. I've had front seats at Charlotte, a row three from the back in Minneapolis, and about 6 rows back in Florida. All three areas have positives and negatives.
In Mpls. most of the readings were right around me, so I could really see a lot and JE was walking around a lot during that early seminar. But it was a little difficult to see and hear when he was doing the intro portion...but I loved the meditation time, that I have not seen since. That was my first seminar and you could really feel the "energy" of all the spirits in the room...it was so cool.
In Florida, I was close enough to listen to the early intro, but many of the readings were on the other side of the room and hard to hear and see. But one was right in a row in front of me....it was great. I was on an aisle and that seemed to help.
In Charlotte, I had a front row seat. It was awesome to see JE up close, you could "feel" his energy. But I felt guilty if I had to get up to go.... and it was difficult to turn around all the time, as most of the readings were to the side or behind me.
For first time seminar goers....relax, open up to the message, meditate, and enjoy talking to all the people you meet in line...that is truly a fun experience.
You will chose to sit where you are suppose to sit....recall how sometimes like folks sit together from previous shows and seminars. (Ie the Pooh section.)
Love & light,
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